A plaque remaining from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem.

Above, a 1934 plaque from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem. Discarded as trash in 2006.

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Entry from March 12, 2017
“What do you get if you cross a leprechaun with a Texan?"/"Pot of chili at the end of the rainbow.”

A leprechaun riddle is:

Q: What would you get if you crossed a leprechaun with a Texan?
A: A pot of chili at the end of the rainbow.


The joke has been cited in print since at least 2001.


Kidsjokes.co.uk (June 23, 2001)
St Patricks Day Jokes
What would you get if you crossed a leprechaun with a Texan?
A pot of chilli at the end of the rainbow!

The Blue Mountain Internet Customer Newsletter
A Touch O’ Humor
by Nathan ONeel
March 2006
(...)
Q. What would you get if you crossed a leprechaun with a Texan?
A. A pot of chili at the end of the rainbow!

Twitter
Beverly Schmitt‏
@BeverlySchmitt
Q.  What would you get if you crossed a leprechaun with a Texan?
A.  A pot of chilli at the end of the rainbow!
10:03 AM - 17 Mar 2009

Opulent Cottage
March 10, 2010
St. Patrick’s Day Tablescape and a Holiday Napkin Tutorial
(...)
What would you get if you crossed a leprechaun with a Texan? A pot of chili at the end of the rainbow!

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@umcNTC
What would you get if you crossed a leprechaun with a Texan? A pot of chili at the end of the rainbow! Happy St.... http://fb.me/1gaLv5il2
10:21 AM - 17 Mar 2012

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St Patricks Day Jokes and Riddles For Kids
BY Lela Davidson
Updated on March 26, 2012
(...)
What would you get if you crossed a leprechaun with a Texan?
A pot of chilli at the end of the rainbow!

Posted by Barry Popik
Texas (Lone Star State Dictionary) • Sunday, March 12, 2017 • Permalink